Take the kids to an old-fashioned joust complete with fireworks. The tournament features fighting armies, knights and dancing maidens. Show times are nightly (except Tuesdays) at 6 p.m. with later 8:30 p.m. options on Wednesday and Thursday and Saturday and Sunday. Families can enjoy a three-course meal along with the show for $59, or skip the dinner and watch the show for $44. Kids 4 and younger who sit in a parent’s lap are free.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Worst show and food of our Las Vegas trip
Chicken was dry, flavorless. Show does not fit in with other Las Vegas shows. After seeing Cirque de Soleil and Blue Man Group this show was a huge let down. Skip this one.
Fun show, food just okay
Hubby and I took our two sons (15 and 10) to see this show. Pricy. I have no complaints about the show itself. The actors and cast are all very skilled, professional and enthusiastic. The…